|The Way We Work Artists - David Lawrence|
Stretcher presents interviews with The Way We Work artists conducted September 6-8, 2004 during the installation of the show. Artists: MendeDesign + Volume Design (San Francisco, CA), Neighborhood Public Radio (NPR) (Oakland, CA), Red76 (Portland, OR), Jon Rubin and Stephen Wight (Oakland & Berkeley, CA) and United Net-Works (Stockholm, Sweden) Part of Green Room, Stretcher's project for Southern Exposure's 30th anniversary exhibition, The Way We Work...
Keywords: Stretcher; Southern Exposure; SoEx; MendeDesign; Volume Design; Neighborhood Public Radio; Red76; Jon Rubin; Stephen Wight; United Net-Works
|The Coffee House - Open - Mark Cohen|
Opening run-down of what is on Septmeber 2006 TV show.
Keywords: arts; public affairs
|The Coffee House - Open - Mark Cohen|
Focus on government accountability and whistleblowing with Dr. David Ross, Michele Tingling-Clemmons and Tom Devine. Also, poetry by Rei Berroa and Kim Roberts, music by Lea, and a look at the opening of the art exhibit "Convergence" in Silver Spring, Maryland, featuring a Jewish-Islamic collaboration.
Keywords: public affairs; arts; poetry; music
|The Coffee House - Open_July_2007 - Mark Cohen|
Billboard for July 2007 edition of arts and public affairs magazine.
Keywords: poetry; arts; public affairs; music
|The Coffee House - In Sickness & In Health - Mark Cohen|
Public Health Service veterinarian describes the threat of dogs in packs and other animal-related health risks during Hurricane Katrina.
Keywords: animals; pets; Katrina; veterinarian; Public Health Service
|The Coffee House - Open_01.07 - Mark Cohen|
Opening tease of January show that includes: Vincent Demarco of Maryland Health Care for All! Coalition discusses his group;s support for state legislation doubling the tax on a pack of cigarettes to $2; Montgomery County (MD) Councilman George Leventhal discusses his county's leading efforts to move to renewable energy sources; Jim Grossfeld of the Montgomery County (MD) Commission on Health discusses the role of county government in ensuring worker safety and health; Reuben Jackson reviews "Da...
Keywords: public affairs; arts; music; literature; poetry
|ISOC-NY - What price NYC wireless?|
The Internet Society (ISOC) is an open international body that promotes access to, and beneficial use of, internet technology. In Feb 2005 the New York City Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 669 to provide low or no-cost broadband Internet access to affordable housing residents throughout the city. On December 21, 2005 the NYC Council passed Int. No. 625-A, establishing a permanent advisory committee regarding the use of municipal resources for universal access to broadband technologie...
Keywords: punkcast; nyc; isoc; isoc-ny; internet; broadband; public; politics; policy
|Mystic Babylon Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Public Access TV 29 -San Francisco - John Rhodes|
This show was posted a few days before it was posted on Cable Access 29/76 TV in San Francisco. I posted it earlier as a reminder to go to http://accessf.org/guide/schedule so you can go there and find out when you can watch it on the big screen. It is only available there locally in San Francisco. Below are the show notes. Hello. This is my regular Open Mic Poetry TV Special first broadcasted from San Francisco Cable Access TV, and later to be podcasted from my Mystic Babylon Poetry Podcast at ...
Keywords: Jane Ormerod; Public Access TV; open mic poetry; San Francisco
|The Coffee House - July 2007 - Mark Cohen|
This month in THE COFFEE HOUSE: ARE SLOTS THE SALVATION OF HORSE RACING AND FISCALLY STRAPPED STATES? With attendance at horse races steadily declining, and Maryland facing structural budget shortfalls into the foreseeable future, Gov. Martin O’Malley and Senate President Mike Miller are once again floating slots at race tracks as the horse racing industry’s and the state’s fiscal salvation. But based upon the experience of neighboring states, the Baltimore Sun’s Andrew Green reports tha...
Keywords: news; public afairs; arts; New Orleans; gambling; agriculture; singer-songwriter; poetry